Our public bodies would do themselves, and us, a favor by adopting the ABA’s ‘Modern Rules of Order.’
Ruth Ann Menutis is executing big plans for the city’s center.
If Lafayette doesn’t make critical public infrastructure and quality-of-life investments, we’re playing a losing hand for the future. You can bet on that.
There’s no shortage of lawyers in Lafayette — one for every 185 of the 225,000 residents living in the parish — and our attorney population shows no signs of slowing.
The Lafayette Parish Bar Foundation hosted its annual Champions of Justice awards breakfast earlier this year at the City Club in River Ranch.